About anne gibson

IMG_1518anne gibson is a Principal UX Designer (who still self-identifies as an Information Architect and General Troublemaker) for Dell Boomi out of Berwyn, Pennsylvania. anne spent 16 years at Vanguard – the first seven years at the Production Support end of the waterfall process, and the second nine at the Design end of the Agile process.

She was supposed to be a famous English-teaching neurosurgeon veterinarian author when she grew up, and still isn’t quite sure what happened. But the author thing is slowly working out, so that’s a thing.

anne lives in the suburbs of Philly with her husband, and with three terriers whose hobbies include synchronized conference call barking. She is one of the three co-founders and co-editors at The Interconnected. She writes fiction, which you can learn about by visiting kirabug.com. She also writes occasional musings about design and development at perpendicularangel.com and rants about everything else at @kirabug.

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2 Replies to “About anne gibson”

  1. Dear Ms. Gibson,

    Hi, I’m leading the local planning team for the upcoming World IA Day event in Pittsburgh. We imagine you just might be in high demand at your own end of Pennsylvania this year (theme: “Design for Difference”) but we in Pittsburgh are interested in asking if you’d travel to speak at ours. Would this interest you? We have had a good, engaged, and sizable audience here for the past four years.

    The event is still taking shape, but we are aiming for a morning keynote and an afternoon keynote, each 45 minutes; and 2 or 3 simultaneous morning workshops, all 90 minutes.

    So, those are the roles we’re wondering if you’d be interested in. Please let me know if you’re up for traveling out to speak to us!

    Best regards,

    Bill Bernstein
    World IA Day 2019
    Pittsburgh, PA planning team
    bill.bernstein@gmail.com

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